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THE ABGKUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER L'O, 1899.
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CITY CHAT. Dr. W. M. Lon' is in Clinton today- I ISfiSl$5SHS5B8ta K fl
llrnes sells stoves.
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
For real estate. E. J. Burns.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
E. E. Mangold.leadingphotographer.
Hull & Co. for best bargains in
Pears, peaches and quinces and
sweet apples at Hoiton's.
List your property with Hull & Co.,
if you want it sold at once.
The finest display of walking hats
in the three cities at Miss Byrnes'.
Call for Huesing's soda and mineral
water. They are the best on the mar
ket. Dance at Turner hall Friday even
ing. Admission 25 cents. . Good
The Andrews Opera company went
to Burlington, Iowa, via the Rock Isl
The Rock Island Brewing company
has installed a pitching machine in its
El in street plant.
Mabel Mirtin was lined $5 and
costs in the police court today for
Tomorrow being St. Matthew's day,
thcie will be matins and celebration
at Trinity church at 9 a. m.
With the change in proprietors the
Hotel Keator, atMoline, has been re
christened the Hotel Souimers.
Auction sale of books tonight. Don't
rr!9 it. Books sold regardless of
cost at Carse building. L. E. West.
The Rock Island & Peoria railway
offers excursion rates for the Henry
county fair at Cambridge Sept. 18-22.
We are head'j'iarters for gas and
electric; light fixtures. Rock Island
Electric company, 119 Eighteenth
The ladies of the First Methodist
church are to give "A Trip Around
the World" to the public early in
First grand ball given by the Jolly
Four, at Hot-he' hall. Saturday, Sept.
Music by Nic Bleuer's orchestra.
Ticktts 25 cents.
Mr. Burnham speaks every night
this week at 7:45 and Sunday morning
at 10:15 in the Baptist chapel. Second
avenue and Forty-fourth street.
District Manager J. A. Stombs, of
the Geriuania Life Insurance com
pany, is distributing some useful ad
vertising material with the compli
ments of the company.
The roof of the Commercial hotel
kitchen was slightly damaged by lire
Ibis morning The bla.e was causct
by a spark. The tire depa'tment was
called out and the tlanies were extin
linguished by chemicals.
.Dispatcher John R. Jones, of Des
Moitics. whom the coroner's jury
holds responsible for the recent wreck
on the Rock Island at Oxford, cannot
le located. It is believed in his home
town he has skipped the country.
The city clerk will be at his office
this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock for
the accommodation of delinquent
water consumers. The water of those
who have not paid their rent by to
morrow morning will bo turned off
without further notice.
Despite the fact that the general
. pooJ roads committee is shy consider
ably in its account, it has leen pre
sented with a bill of the total of $89
bv the street and alley committee for
ihe cleaning up of Second avenueafter
the carnival escapade.
JMurrin Bros', stolen horse and
bu"V were located at Wilton. Iowa,
veslerday. The rig wn rentei at the
livery last Saturday. The thief, on
reaching WlUon, evidently fearing
apprehension, deserted the rig and
made himself scarce. J. A. Murrin
arrived home with the horse and
Tommy Ryan, the Syracuse middle
weight, pave Frank Craig, the Harlem
coffee cooler, a terrible drubbing be
fore 7.030 persons at the Coney Island
Sporting club Monday night. Craig
j onlv recently returned from England
where he had been making quite a
reputation and plenty of ioney for
ssouie three years pasu
Why Not All FU Together?
Moiine. with the advantage she has
in ft nephew and namesake of the
nresident. is making an effort, which
she thinks will be attended by suc
cess, to have the executive run up
there for a short visit on the occasion
of his forthceming western trip, when
ivmonsr ther places he is scheduled in
both Galesburg and Peoria. The
Akuis has on each occasion of the
president's making a trip west since
his inausuration. urged tne auvisa
Mlitv of steps being taken here to
rood Prepared Wittt Calumet !
Fr rom Rochell Salt. Alum
Lima and Ammonia. Clu
mat" im tno Houwif'
NONE SO GOOD.
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Dr. W. M. Long i in Clinton today.
Mrs. F. B. Hawes is in Clinton to
day. F. C. Lundquist is visiting in Sher
rard. Mis3 Belle Pettit is visiting in Rey
nolds. J. S. Wilbert has gone to Omaha on
Addison Gest has returned from his
Miss Margaret Klotz has returned
from a visit at Pontiac.
F. J. Kinney is spending a few days
at Beaver Lake Springs. Ind.
Mrs. Mayer Rosen Geld his gone for
a visit to Indianapolis relatives.
J. C. Adams and family left for
their home at Pbo-nix. Ari., this
Thomas Stocks, Sr., of Chicago, is
in the city on his way to Minneapolis
Miss II. Greenwood, of Suez, 111.,
retnrced home today after a visit in
Mrs. A. E. La Finer, of Denver, is
visiting Mrs. Edward Herbert, at 2500
Mrs. M.Greenwood, of Denver who
has been the guest of Mrs. J. A. Mun
ro, left for Toulon today.
Mr. Howard Dempsey, of Barstow.
is visiting at the residence of G. J.
Dempsey. on Twelfth street.
Miss Lou Kelly, of St. Louis, is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Crandell at 1117 Third avenue.
Mrs. M. F. Hanley, of Minneapolis,
arrived in the city today to visit her
parents, Capt. and Mrs." T.J. Buford.
H. P. Custer went to Kewanee to
day to attend the annual reunion of
his rciment, the 9th Illinois infan-
Mrs. W. Dickinson, of Galva, re
turned home today after a visit with
her son, B. L. Dickinson, at 719
G. M. Loosley and son, George, and
daughter. Miss Helen, and Rossl'lum
mer, of Portland, Ore., are lishing in
the vicinity of Hampton today.
Mrs. Edward Hill, Mrs. A. A. Rog
ers and Mrs. C. Jacoba, the latter of
Vermont, 111., are passengers to Clin
ton and return today on the steamer
Invitations have been issued for the
wedding of Miss Margaret Dart to
Archibald Alston Stephenson at the
Broadwav l'resby terian cnurcn,
WeJnesdav. Oct. 4 '
The Illinois State Fair.
Sept. 25 to SO inclusive is state fair
week, during which time the Spring
held carnival occurs with grand at
tractions every day and night the
entire week. Tuesday night, Sept.
26. occurs the tete of the raines, tne
leautiful $25,000 pageant. The great
tlower parade occurs Wednesday. Six
military bands will furnish the music.
The St. Louis, Peoria & Northern
railway will sell tickets for one fare
for the round trip. Onlyan hour and
a half from Peoria to Springtield over
this line. H.J. McLean, G. 1 . A.,
The Volunteer came in from the
The Winona and Verne Swain were
n and out.
The Hennepin and Pilot came down
and the Zalus Davis and Will Davis
The stairc of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. in. was 3.50 and at
noon 3.35. The temperature at noon
Licensed to Wed.
Frederick IV. Gmilder Kook Island
Miss Florence H. lioutalus Korlt Island
Horatio S. Koseberry Reynolds
bitv-.ihih i:iLtii.v Tav'.or Kidire
John II Keed ' t'aber.v 111
Mi Lottie Ten.ule Kapias i ny
Nathaniel A. Pe erson Moiine
Mih Mabel H Cltndenin Moiine
Patrick II. Hanuon Oenenet)
Mi FJizabetb A. Welnner. Oeneseo
Spain's Greatest Need.
R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken. S.
C. Weak nerves bad caused severe
pains in the back of the head. On
usintr Electric Bitters, America's
greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all
pain soon left him. He says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it
cures liver and kidney trouble puri-
riea the blood, tones up the stomach
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ or the body, li weat, urea
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed", only 50 cents. Sold by
Hartz & UUemeyer. druggists.
Books. Books. Books.
Books sold at auction to the high
est bidder. Every afternoon and
evening this week at Carse building.
Don't mis it. L. E West.
Guaranteed by a dollar draft in
every f 1 box cash it if no benefit re
sults that Mull's Pioneer Kidney
Cure will relieve any form of kidney
and bladder disease promptly, and
effect a positive cure i a short time
by a faithful use of it- In the same
way we will guarantee our Pioneer
Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia,
for dyspepsia and stomach trouble,
for liver trouble, impure blood and
general debility, for female complaint.
A remedy for each disease nota
."are-all. Have cared an army of
MBRHIWU Casf I I Union-made shoes. I
RJhff M WITH UNION STAMP NO. 39. SEE THESE SHOES. H
f5cayXjfei!w 3 THEY AKE CERTAINLY GOOD SHOES HONESTLY g , fe
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The Largest Assort- S H n
JwP-isf 3 a Fall and winter shoes, now open. Best K
ment and Lowest Prices 5 5 , , , . S SI
.affygWgg, t2 E fcoys' shoes In America. s k
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1615, 1617, Second Avenue."
For sale by Hess Bros.
GOLF GOODS AT ONE
B. G. I. f clnbs at fl.
Willie Dun's one-piece $3.50 club
Willie Dun's two-piece 2 club
Other clubs worth $1.50 at 75c.
324 Twentieth Street. Rock Island
803 W. Third St., Davenport.
5 Per Cent Money
III Chase &3anborS SI
Properties released from banks and
building associations and loans granted
for a period of 1 6 or 7 years, or If pref
erable loan can be redeemed by yearly
or bail yearly Installments of rr neipal
and interest. In uie letter case, inter
est to be computed and charged on
feslsae atctnally owtnc at end of
eacta year. Money to help you buy a
home, build a borne, payoff a oorwire,
pay bek Interest, or taxes, lift liens,
stop foreclosure, or enect necessary
lmproTcnjenw. Money to loss on
life insurance policies, legacies. Inher
itances, undivided interests in estates,
real es ste in probate, leaseholds and
annuities. Money to finance meritori
ous inventions, or to p! see patents on
the Ecrlisb and American market If
nqnlrtofr anoney on any cim of se
curity, write to or call on
' 195 La Salle St..
JPw&IM a 8
DON'T SIT AND PONDER
Where to Go for Your Fall Top Coat.
Go to the big busy M. & K. You will not see all the smart
est and most stylish things of the season in fall overcoats unjr
til you have gone through our stock. We have got the igpTal
swell and tony things in box coats. They are garment that
lend tone, style and dignity to the wearer. Equal ii every
respect to the best custom tailored garments at half their
English Whip Chords, Scotch and Irish Vicunas, English
Box and Covert Cloths, in All the Newest
Shades and Patterns.
HEAVY COVERT CLOTH TOP" COATS CUT IN THE NEWEST FULL BACK BOX
STYLE. FULL FRENCH FACINGS WITH FANCY CHECKED AND PLAID
BACKS. STYLISH, WELL TAILORED GARMENTS, AT
FANCY SCOTCH AND ENGLISH HERRING BONE CHEVIOTS AND VICUNAS. THE
POPULAR FABRICS FOR SWELL DRESSERS IN THE NEW IRISH MIXTURES
MADE UP IN THE BEST POSSIBLE MANNER. PURE SILK SLEEVE C7 SZCk T O
LINING AND VELVET COLLARS, AT.
"UNEEDA" TOP COAT FOR THE BOY.
We sell them and show a great variety, shades and styles.
The quality is right. The style is right, and the price is right,
or they would not be here.
Our guarantee goes with every overcoat we sell, and they
are bound to be right. If not come back and get your money.
1729 Second Avenue, Reck Island.
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!15 and 117 V. Second St., Davenport.
$5, $7.50, $8.50, $10.
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